Paris Saint-Germain ‘willing to compete with Inter’ for Christian Eriksen after Italian club see £ 10.5 million offer rejected for Tottenham midfielder
- Christian Eriksen is looking forward to leaving Tottenham before the end of the month
- The Denmark international has been the subject of an offer from Italian giants Inter
- Paris Saint-Germain is also confident that they can beat the Series A side of the star
Paris Saint-Germain is preparing to hijack Christian Eriksen’s potential move from Tottenham to Inter.
The Denmark international seems to be leaving the North London club this month, with only six months left for its current deal.
Inter has seen that his original £ 10.5 million bid was rejected by the Premier League side, which holds a fee closer to £ 20 million.
Paris Saint-Germain is ready to compete with Inter for the signature of Christian Eriksen from Tottenham
According to the Mirror, Paris Saint-Germain is ready to compete with the Series A side of the 27-year-old signature.
They report that the Ligue 1 champions have followed conversations between the two and are encouraged by the low numbers around the deal.
Because Eriksen only has six months left on his contract, the French side is free to approve the player directly.
Rumor has it that the former Ajax man has been heading towards the Spurs exit for quite some time and has rejected the chance to sign a new deal.
He said last summer that he was ready to “try something new,” although he was unable to move before the window closed.
Eriksen gives his shiort to a supporter after the FA Cup replay victory against Middlesbrough
Eriksen played third round replay victory in the Spurs’ FA Cup against Middlesbrough.
Jose Mourinho said about his player after the game: ‘He played very well, very professionally, that’s what I expect from him.
“If he decides to leave, I think he should raise his head if he gives everything he tries to do for the team.”